All posts by Bridget Cunningham
Studying Stress in Threaded Pipe Fitting Designs from CAD Assemblies
Threaded pipes are durable, reliable, and resistant to damage from heat and stress. You can combine a CAD assembly of a threaded pipe with a COMSOL Multiphysics® analysis to study its design.
Benchmark Model Shows Reliable Results for Inertial Focusing Analysis
Inertial focusing involves the migration of particles through a channel. This benchmark model analyzes particle behavior in an inertial focusing process with validated, reliable results.
Studying the Artificial Ground Freezing Method with Simulation
Artificial ground freezing (AGF) is a valuable process in the construction industry. Researchers from China modeled groundwater flow to optimize an artificial ground freezing (AGF) process.
Capturing Eddy Current Losses in a Permanent Magnet Motor Design
Permanent magnet (PM) motors are becoming more prevalent in transportation due to their energy efficiency. You can study Eddy current losses in a PM motor design with the AC/DC Module.
Modeling a Transient Contact Problem with Stick-Slip Friction Transition
Stick-slip friction transition is a phenomenon relevant to many transient mechanical contact problems. You can use structural analysis to evaluate these effects.
Analyzing Heat and Mass Transfer During Cake Baking with Simulation
As you bake a cake, there are many complex heat and mass transport processes taking place behind the oven door. Take a closer look at the art and science involved in the cake baking process…
A Multilevel Approach to Modeling Planar Discharge in CO2 Lasers
Check out the multilevel approach to plasma modeling used by a researcher in the laser industry, who used the flexibility and functionality of COMSOL Multiphysics® to optimize a gas laser design.
Analyzing the Design of a New Generation of Midinfrared Fiber Optics
Semiconductor simulation software is a promising method for advancing the design of midinfrared fiber optics because it can be used to measure propagation losses in the optical fibers.
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